Ahead of the U.S. Season 3 premiere of ‘Saving Hope’, April 5th on ION TV, DirecTV interviewed Erica Durance to discuss what viewers can expect from the new season and also present an exclusive First Look. Check it out.
ION Television has set the U.S. premiere date for the third season of Saving Hope. Our favourite medical drama will return to the network on April 5, 2016 at 11/10c PM.
Meanwhile check out the trailer:
Don’t miss the two-hour finale: Sunday, Feb. 14 at 8pm on CTV.
February 10, 2016 – This Valentine’s Day, cupid found a perfect match as Canadians get set to reignite their love affair with food when an all-new season of MASTERCHEF CANADA returns Sunday, Feb. 14 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on CTV; followed by a special two-hour season finale event of SAVING HOPE beginning at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
Sunday, Feb. 14
8 p.m. – SAVING HOPE –“Anybody Seen My Baby/Let Me Go”– SPECIAL 2-HOUR SEASON FINALE
Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) is shocked to find out that nurse Kristine Fields (Nicole Underhay, MURDOCH MYSTERIES) has had a stroke. After Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) discovers the nurse’s past may not be as remembered, she and Charlie must team up to find a way to bring peace to the already troubled spirit. As the Fellowship Award pitches get underway, Dr. Zach Miller’s (Benjamin Ayres) growing relationship with Dawn (Michelle Nolden) is put on the rocks after Maggie delivers some surprising news to Zach. Meanwhile, Alex’s attempt at “normal” during Charlie’s surgery is shattered when her worst fears become reality. Struggling against protocol and mounting complications, Alex dives in to save the man she loves. But does she have enough time? And will he be the same man if he wakes up? In the spirit world, Charlie wanders the halls of Hope Zion Hospital in an attempt to find meaning in his life. It’s only when his life is placed on the line, however, that he realizes that everything is for naught without the love of Alex.
[Updated: New stills added] CTV has released stills from the two-hour season finale of “Saving Hope”. Check it out! Read more →
Following last night’s “Torn and Frayed” episode of Saving Hope, CTV released a preview of the 2-hour season finale which airs February 14 at 8pm on CTV.
After watching the promo below, I think we are going to be in for a very wild ride!
CTV has released stills from this week’s episode of “Saving Hope” titled “Torn And Frayed”(4.16); It also marks Erica Durance’s directorial debut and she’s excited about the challenge, “I’m excited about the prospect of directing. It gives you another perspective into the production and it requires a lot of preparation outside of being a lead actor.” Check it out. Read more →
(UPDATED: Episode Description Added) The day we’ve been waiting for is coming: Erica Durance is making her directorial debut with next week’s episode “Torn and Frayed” (4.16) and she’s excited about the challenge, “I’m excited about the prospect of directing. It gives you another perspective into the production and it requires a lot of preparation outside of being a lead actor.”
Check out the promo. Read more →
CTV has released episode stills from this week’s episode of “Saving Hope” titled “Not Fade Away”(4.15). Check it out. Read more →
Air date: Thursday, Jan. 28 @ 10/9c on CTV
In an attempt to bring some normalcy to his increasingly chaotic life, Dr. Charlie Harris (Michael Shanks) decides to go the entire day without using his “special abilities.” His vow is put to the test, however, when a superstitious farmer is admitted with a myriad of injuries, forcing Charlie to re-evaluate his decision. Meanwhile, fearing for Dr. Dana Kinney’s (Wendy Crewson) outlook when she is confined to the hospital by her oncologist, Dr. Alex Reid (Erica Durance) organizes a road trip north to Dana’s cabin for the annual cottage festival. With Dr. Dawn Bell’s (Michelle Nolden) college roommate Reba’s (Kristen Thomson, Away From Her) life on the line after being bitten by a spider, it is Dr. Zach Miller (Benjamin Ayres) who helps keep the situation under control. Directed by Gregory Smith (ROOKIE BLUE, ARROW).
“Saving Hope” airs Thursdays in a new timeslot, 10/9c PM on CTV.